An asthma attack is a sudden worsening of asthma symptoms caused by the tightening of muscles around your airways (bronchospasm). During the asthma attack, the lining of the airways also becomes swollen or inflamed and thicker mucus more than normal is produced. A severe asthma attack that doesn't improve with home treatment can become a life-threatening emergency.
The symptoms of a severe asthma attack may include:Persistent shortness of breath, The inability to speak in full sentence, Breathlessness even while lying down, Chest that feels closed. Some people with asthma may go for extended periods without having an asthma attack or other symptoms, interrupted by periodic worsening of their symptoms.
Although acute asthma is a very common cause of emergency department visits of children and adults, there is not as yet a standardized accepted treatment protocol. Oxygen is the first treatment the patient needs in order to overcome hypoxemia. Beta-2 agonists should always be given with oxygen in order to prevent the decrease in oxygen saturation due to the increase of blood flow in relatively poor ventilated areas of the lung.The approximate disease Aspergillous Incidence in country Switzerland in Central Europe was found to be 476,855.